This week we are responding to Jesus’ call because we are heavily laden with the burdens, challenges, confusion and human manipulations that have im- pacted on us. These issue have totally affected our performance, our faith, our relationships, our marriages and every sector of life were we live. Many of us have labored for years[…]

We give glory to God as we return to places of worship and appreciate God for the restored fellowship. We come with hearts full of gratitude for what the Lord is doing in our lives on a daily basis. The Lord has carried us over the past seven months, we have learnt the ministry of[…]

Pastoral Letter – September 2020

Dear Brethren, I bring you Christian greetings from All Saints’ Cathedral, Kampala (ASCK) at this time when both the Church and society are going through a hitherto unknown public health crisis causing unprecedented challenges at all levels of our existence as people in society. In the month of March 2020 the government issued guidelines that[…]

Word From The Provost

Dear Brethren in Christ! Christian greetings to all of you. The President of Uganda, announced the decision of the government to close down all public religious gatherings, including Churches, for 30 days effective immediately. Also the Archbishop has sent out the guidelines on how the Church will operate during this time. I therefore call for[…]

Matthew begins, “In those days…” (1a) This phrase refers to the time before Jesus’ coming. There was no word of God. Without the word of God there was no direction; no truth; no vision or hope. People were living in the darkness under the tyranny of King Herod. They might have felt abandoned by God.[…]

Today is a great day in the life of the Diocese of Kampala as we witness the passing on of the leadership mantle. It is beautiful in leadership to begin well and end very well with a grateful heart. In scripture Paul gives us the best model of discipleship and handover. Today most leaders guard[…]

Self Denial (Matthew 16:24)

This is lent season where every Christian is called upon to spend time in repentance and self examination. Self denial is a spiritual discipline that Jesus taught his disciples. Denying yourself is an essential part of the Christian life. Jesus called upon those who wish to be His followers to reject the natural human inclination[…]

Who Am I Lord?

This question comes from a heart that is fully surrendered to God. I Chronicles 17:1-16 lays a background to the question David is asking. He wanted to build a house for the Lord in response to the blessings God had bestowed upon him. And when he shared with Prophet Nathan it seemed good. God intervened[…]

Mathew 28:18-20 could be considered the ‘job description’ for the Church: “……Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the[…]

What Is The Church?

As we shared last Sunday, Jesus said “and I tell you Peter on this rock, I will build my Church (ekklesia) and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it” Matthew 16:18. I do hope that today we can take a moment to set aside time and understand that we are the church with[…]